Best free paper 2018 The tunnelled midline forehead island flap – an elegant single-stage flap for inner canthal reconstruction (number 108) Jonathan Morton Best eposter 2018 Canalicular ligation: a surgical option when all else fails in management of severe dry eye (number 308) Cornelius Rene Annual Publication Prize 2017 Analysis of hedgehog signaling in periocular sebaceous carcinoma John Bladen International Visiting Fellow Award 2018 Prerna Arjyal Kafle – Nepal The Richard Collin Scholarship John Bladen
The App for this year’s meeting can be downloaded from the app stores. It has details of the meeting info and schedule, plus speaker info. We are unable to include full ePoster and presentation files due to data protection and file sizes, but the ePosters can be viewed via the website, provided you are logged in and have purchased a ticket for the meeting. Apple iOS App Store https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/bopss-annual-meeting/id1246225064 Goggle Play Store https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.able2.bopss&hl=en
Best free paper 2017 The national incidence of squamous cell carcinomas in England over a fifteen-year period James Wawrzynski, Royal Free Hospital Best eposter 2017 The permeability of eyelid skin to topically applied lidocaine Krisztina Emeriewen, Moorfields Eye Hospital Annual Publication Prize 2017 Characterizing the Occluded Lacrimal Punctum Using Anterior Segment Optical Coherence Tomography Hannah Timlin International Visiting Fellow Award 2017 Dr O Taiwo The Richard Collin Scholarship Chris Schulz
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1 week left to apply for Annual Publication Prize, The BOPSS annual publication prize aims to encourage our junior staff and promote research in adnexal ophthalmology. The prize will be awarded to the best peer-reviewed article on some aspect of adnexal ophthalmology that has been published during the twelve month period before March each year.
Colin Vize has been elected unopposed as the new secretary of BOPSS. Colin is, at present, a member of the Membership Advisory Committee and will take over from me after the AGM in June. We are sure Colin will be a superb secretary and will help to lead the society forward.